I suggest you get in touch with Ann McGill Franzen. She’s researched summer reading loss, related to reading, for a long time, and is an outstanding researcher. We had her speak at a recent conference. Here’s her brief bio and email address:
Anne McGill-Franzen is Professor Emerita at the University of Tennessee. The focus of her professional work has been on struggling readers - including practice and policy that support or constrain teachers’ efforts. McGill-Franzen directed a project to build teachers’ expertise in early literacy and co-directed a federal longitudinal study to mediate the summer achievement gap in high-poverty minority schools. She recently replicated the summer book fair study in poor rural communities. McGill-Franzen has been the recipient of several IRA research awards in early literacy and reading disabilities.
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